DELAWARE BAY NJ
LIGHTHOUSES OF NJ TRIP DETAILS
Sole sentinels or lonely lights, whatever your idea of a lighthouse these romantic icons of the coast stand as a testament to our conquering the mighty sea. The coastal lighthouses of New Jersey are famous for a number of reasons, including their roles in the success of major ports like Philadelphia and their strategic value during times of war. The lives saved by these lighthouses are countless both in history and on a daily basis.
These lighthouses are not only dotting our shoreline, but also our waterways. To aid ships sailing the treacherous mid-channel of Delaware Bay, a series of lighthouses were constructed in the 19th Century and the early 20th Century. Most of these lighthouses are still operating. All are automated. They stand on pedestals surrounded by water out of sight of land. The Cape May Whale Watcher has been sailing to these extremely historic lighthouses since 1994.
Our Lighthouse Cruise features
- NINE (9) Lighthouses- THE BIG TRIP IS BACK!
- Brandywine Shoal
- Fourteen Foot Shoal
- Miah Maul Shoal
- Crossledge Shoal
- Elbow of Crossledge
- Ship John Shoal
- Inner Breakwater in Delaware
- Outer Breakwater in Delaware
- Cape May
- Cash bar for sodas, bottled water, hot coffee and cocoa, ice cream
- A narrated history of each lighthouse
- Time for photos and our famous breakfast buffet and lunch
- Also available for purchase wine by the glass, draft beer and mixed cocktails. Breakfast consisting of Danish, Fresh Fruit, Donuts, Toasted Bagels, Coffee/Juice. Captain’s Lunch Buffet including Shrimp Cocktail, Fried Chicken, Finger Sandwiches, Wraps, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad, Cheese and Pepperoni with Spreads nd Crackers, Fresh Fruit and Dip, Fresh Vegetables and Dip, and our Signature Chocolate and Vanilla Lighthouse Cake.
Call the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities at 800-275-4278 to book or book online by clicking a date above.